Brammo's End of Summer Major Discount

Share this post Twitter Facebook Tumblr Email Posted August 27, 2014

Brammo just released a too good to be true end of summer sale for their 2013 and 2014 models. Currently, Seattle E-Bike has a 2013 Empulse R and a 2013 Enteria Plus up for grabs. Check them out online here. Please call our shop to set up an appointment to test out the best performing electric motorcycles on the market. 

2013 Empulse:

$156/month (includes $1500 down payment)

$185/month (without down payment) 

For a limited time, receive incredible end of season discounts including 3.9%* 4.14% APR financing for up to 60 months when you purchase select Brammo models.

Purchase a new 2013 Brammo Empulse for $9995 and receive financing as low as 3.9%* 4.14% APR for up to 60 months.

*USA Only - Limited Promotional Pricing!

Model
Normal Retail Price Promo Retail Price!
2014 Empulse
$16.995.00 $11,995.00
2014 Empulse R
$18.995.00 $13,995.00
2013 Empulse
$16,995.00 $9,995.00
2013 Empulse R
$18,995.00 $11,995.00
2013 Enertia Plus
$10,995.00 $6,995.00

 

NOTE: SEATTLE E-BIKE HAS ONLY TWO 2013 MODELS REMAINING. BRAMMO HAS NO MORE 2013'S TO SELL US. THESE TWO WILL GO VERY FAST.

BRAMMO – 2013 & 2014 EMPULSE 3.9% for 60 Months FINANCING PLAN – CONSUMER DISCLOSURES 

1) Example:  On a 2013 Empulse purchase where the Amount Financed is $9,995, your Down Payment is $1,500 with 60 monthly payments of $156.99 each. Interest Rate is 3.9% [ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE is 4.14% (E)]. A down payment is not required except for marginal credit but will result in a higher payment amount. For other Amounts Financed, the payment would be approximately $18.38 per $1,000 financed.

2) Example:  On a 2013 Empulse purchase where the Amount Financed is $9,995, your Down Payment is $0 with 60 monthly payments of $184.55 each. Interest Rate is 3.9% [ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE is 4.11% (E)]. For other Amounts Financed, the payment would be approximately $18.38 per $1,000 financed.

3) Example:  On a 2014 Empulse purchase where the Amount Financed is $11,995 your Down Payment is $1,500 with 60 monthly payments of $193.73 each. Interest Rate is 3.9% [ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE is 4.09% (E)]. A down payment is not required except for marginal credit but will result in a higher payment amount. For other Amounts Financed, the payment would be approximately $18.38 per $1,000 financed.

4) Example:  On a 2014 Empulse purchase where the Amount Financed is $11,995, your Down Payment is $0 with 60 monthly payments of $221.29 each. Interest Rate is 3.9% [ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE is 4.07% (E)]. For other Amounts Financed, the payment would be approximately $18.38 per $1,000 financed.

* The above financing programs are offered by Sheffield Financial, a Division of Branch Banking and Trust Company, Member FDIC. Subject to credit approval. Approval, and any rates and terms provided, are based on credit worthiness. Other financing offers are available. Rate advertised is based on minimum bureau risk score of 675 anddebt to income ratio of 45% or less. Minimum Amount Financed $1,500; Maximum Amount Financed $50,000. Other qualifications and restrictions may apply. An origination fee of $50 will be added to the amount financed in the above example. Financing promotions void where prohibited. Offers apply to select new 2013 and 2014 model year Brammo Empulse and 2013 Enertia motorcycles as indicated. Subject to model availability and dealer participation. This offer cannot be combined with any other offers from Brammo. Finance offer valid through participating and authorized U.S. Brammo dealers only. Tax, title, documentation, dealer prep, set-up, freight and other charges are not included. See local authorized dealer for details. [“E” means estimate.]

 

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Seattle E-bike is Heading to Interbike This September!

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We are very excited to be going to Interbike in Las Vegas September 10-12! This will be the first year we will have our very own booth and we plan to show off several of our favorite bikes, including a couple of the new Cicli Blumes, SEV E-Tricks scooters and Velicks models, as well as Lampociclos!

Interbike is the largest bicycle trade event in North America with more than 1,200 cycling-related brands and over 25,000 annual attendees. 

Our store hours will be modified while we are gone. The week of the event we will be open on Monday and Tuesday, then closed Wednesday and Thursday. We will reopen on Friday and resume our normal schedule.

 

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Tips For Choosing a Biking Commute Route

1. Bike Lanes: Get to know where your city's bike lanes are for a safer ride. Places like Seattle offer Bike Maps to help you navigate. The SDOT's interactive map even offers different maps for different levels of comfort (Frequent Rider, Average Rider, and Occasional Rider).

2. Traffic Levels: If you already drive to work, you probably have a good sense of where the bad traffic is. Bikes can take different routes than cars to avoid bad traffic. In some cases, you may end up with longer commutes to avoid high traffic areas, but other times choosing low traffic or bike only routes can cut down on commute time. 

3. Terrain: Seattle is well known for its hilly terrain, so if you're planning to commute in the city or in another hilly area, get to know where the toughest hills are and whether they have safe spots for you to stop if necessary. Depending on the length of your commute, you may way to avoid steep hills towards the end of your trip if you are getting tired.

4. Hazards: Well maintained, paved roads are best for bike commuters. Poor road quality will not only make commuting difficult, but can also be harder on the bike itself. Know where rail road tracks, storm drains, etc are so you can plan to avoid or safely cross them. 

5. Lighting: Try to ride on roads that are well lit, so you can see where you're going and drivers can see you. Wear bright clothing to increase visibility. If you have to ride on dimly lit or unlit roads, it's a good idea to invest in lights for your bike. Light & Motion sells great head lights and rear lights for commuters that will make you visible to cars from all sides. This is especially important when weather is bad or when it starts getting dark earlier.

6. Test Ride: To reduce the pressure to arrive on time on your first attempt, do a test ride on a day you aren't working to get a sense of the route and timing. 

7. Electrify: Consider cutting your time by 50 to 70 percent by going Electric Assist.  If you pedal with the same effort you currently do, your speed will double on the flats, and increase 2 to 5 fold on hills, depending how steep they are. Depending on your riding level, E-Bikes can make a 7 mile Seattle commute in 20 minutes, which is comparable to a car. Some go 18 miles each way in under an hour.

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The Cicli Blume Bikes Have Arrived!

Share this post Twitter Facebook Tumblr Email Posted July 18, 2014

OUR STUNNING ITALIAN BIKES ARE FINALLY HERE!

Some people think we are just an E-Bike store because our name is Seattle E-Bike. In fact, we carry a number of great human power only bikes.

None are as beautiful as these hand built Italian bikes, fixies, 3 speeds, and 7 speeds, from Cicli Blume in Verona Italy. Beauty is often expensive, but these are reasonably priced. 

But wait, there's more!!! Cicli also makes a lovely retro e-bike called the Lampociclo. The Lampociclo is a delightful blend of vintage design and electric power. Originally built with a 250 watt motor for the European market, the Lampociclo has been upgraded by Seattle E-bike to be more powerful for Northwest riding. We offer upgrades to either 500 or 750 watt center drive units. Center drives magnify motor performance considerably, so these bikes can take on the toughest hills Seattle has to offer in the most stylish fashion. 

We also upgrade the batteries to U.S assembled battery with 25% more capacity. 

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Seattle E-Bike's Extensive Folding Electric Bike Collection

We are thrilled to now offer three different folding bikes for our customers to choose from: E3 CompactEpik Lite, and Mariner 7All three of these bikes are double folding models, making transporting and storing easier than any other bike out there! 

So why must we carry so many folders?

Folding bikes are rising in popularity among commuters in Seattle and across the country. Many people have come into our shop and had their eyes set on a full size bike and then realize the convenience of our folders and can't take their eyes off of them! Not to mention, all of these bikes are fairly inexpensive, especially when compared to the non-folding models we carry. They usually come with a smaller motor, but a small motor goes quite a long way in overall torque and battery life on a 20" wheel compared to a larger motor and wheel.

Come in and try one out today! You will be leaving with a smile - we guarantee it!

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Amazing New Deal on Polaris Meridian E-Bikes!

Seattle E-Bike is thrilled to offer an even better deal on our Polaris Meridian models!
Previously on sale for $1,999, they are now $1,195 (MSRP: $2,999).
Polaris has a well-established, decades long reputation for building high quality recreational vehicles. They have teamed up with Seattle E-bike to bring this closeout sale on the Meridian models we have in stock. Polaris will soon be introducing a completely new series with larger motors, larger batteries, and highly sophisticated control systems. They want their old models cleared out and they have asked us [one of their largest dealers] to help them. The Meridian and Meridian ST are two of our most popular models and a favorite among customers. Come try out this fantastic bike soon before they are gone!

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Major I-90 Closures Next Week: Bike to Work Instead!

Westbound I-90 from Bellevue to Mercer Island will have major closures next week due to construction. It will be the perfect time to take your bike to work instead! Construction will start at 9:30 pm on Friday, July 18th and will end at 5 am Friday, July 25th. There will only be one lane open for cars, which will cause major delays. However, the bike lanes will be open during the day with an expected delay of only 5 minutes. 

The chart from WSDOT below shows expected commute times if only 40% of regular traffic takes the route (60% diversion). If less than than 60% diverts, delays will be much worse. Backups could be up to 10 miles long.

The construction will cause delays all across the region, so even if you don't take I-90, it will be a good time to take your bike instead!

Don't own a bike? Come visit our shop! We have a wide range of electric bikes that are perfect for commuting. 

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Stay Safe Riding on Roads! Light & Motion Sale!

We are currently featuring great deals on our Light & Motion products! All lights are 20% off. Designed for daily commuters, these are simply the most powerful and most convenient lights you can find on the market. They are lightweight and compact, while also being capable of lighting up a dark street. Drivers will see you on the road - even late at night. Light & Motion has extensively researched accident data to create the best lights for accident prevention. They discovered that most car/bike accidents happen at intersections where cars turn into or across a cyclist's path, which is why their lights feature amber side lights for increased 180 degree visibility.  

Our Light & Motion products feature CREE LED lightbulbs and multiple modes for either flashing or constant light. These lights have longer run times and life spans, making them a great investment because you won't have to buy another one for years. Every light is certified FL1-Standard for light brightness, impact/water resistance, and run time. They are also equipped with Lithium batteries and USB charger for easy recharging. All lights are weatherproof, impact resistant, and easy to mount. Stop by our store to test one out for yourself!

 

 

 Currently in Stock:

-Urban 550

-Urban 200

-VIS 180

-VIS 180 Micro

 

[Photo credit: Light & Motion]

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Happy Fourth of July!

Seattle E-bike will be open until 5 today! Stop by to check out our newest arrival, e-Joe's Anggun 2.0, or rent one of our Fat Bikes for the afternoon. 

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Get Your Bike Ready for Summer!

Want to get your bike tuned up and ready to ride? We offer various tune-up packages as well as repair service for your bike's specific needs. Visit our Service section for more information. Call or stop by the store to set up an appointment!

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